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Don’t Let A “Bad” Night’s Sleep Ruin Your Day — Use Cognitive Therapy with Behavioral Experiments to ward off erroneous negative expectations that can spoil the day.

Do you ever worry that a “poor” night’s sleep will spoil the next day? The worry itself can interfere with sleeping well. One way to deal with this problem is to employ the Cognitive Therapy component of the SomniSkills Program (CBT-I). The essence of Cognitive Therapy is that our thoughts influence how we feel. If […]

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Taking The Mystery Out of Sleep Episode Rationing

When reading the SomniSkills Workbook, it is important to keep the basic sleep goal in mind: The goal is to be tired enough to fall asleep within 15 – 20 minutes, and then sleep throughout the night with minimal awakenings. And you want that to happen night after night! In technical terms, you want to […]

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How Much Sleep Do You Really Need? Hints from Natural Patterns

Do you worry about not getting the recommended 7 to 9 hours of sleep a night?  If so, the article in the text box below might help you worry less. People Without Electricity Don’t Get 8 Hours’ Sleep Either BY TRACI WATSON NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PUBLISHED OCTOBER 15, 2015 A study of modern-day groups with a […]

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